Graham Greene

A Musical Worth Travelling For: Travels With My Aunt At Chichester Festival Theatre

Polly Allen | Posted 29.04.2017 | UK Entertainment
Polly Allen

An early scene in this musical could be straight out of soap land: ex-banker Henry Pulling, attending his mother's funeral, has his parentage thrown into question by a revelation from his long-lost aunt.

Mr Greene and the Places He Takes Me

Lana Citron | Posted 06.04.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Lana Citron

I have always enjoyed a solitary state without distractions, so I can 'away with the fairies' or lose myself in the lull of a soft breeze, carrying smatterings of conversations, bird song, the distant flow of traffic, barks, bells, road works and that which is named silence in a city such as this.

Will 'The Road' Be Named Novel Of The Century?

PA/Huffington Post | Posted 21.12.2012 | Home

Six renowned authors from the past century have been shortlisted for a prize to recognise the best ever winner of Britain's oldest literary award. ...

Fifty Shades of Green(e): Two Festivals That Make Britain Great

Jonty Langley | Posted 08.12.2012 | Home
Jonty Langley

Why Greenbelt and the Graham Greene International Festival exemplify what is best about Britain. Some of my best friends are Nazis. Actually, that'...

A Job That's Forever Not Just For Life

Hugh Salmon | Posted 22.08.2012 | UK
Hugh Salmon

This week, anyone who's anyone in advertising has been basking in sunny Cannes at the International Advertising Festival.

A Little Place Off the Edgware Road - Wrapped

Tim Hewitt | Posted 16.05.2012 | UK Entertainment
Tim Hewitt

How brief that was. Directing is addictive. With only a four-day shoot, wonderful actors included, you feel as if you've only just warmed up before it's over.

Paul McGann And Ronald Pickup To Star In 'A Little Place Off The Edgware Road'

Tim Hewitt | Posted 24.04.2012 | UK Entertainment
Tim Hewitt

The cameras role this week, and McGann and Pickup head the cast for this short film based on the story by Graham Greene. They join Owen Brenman (Doctors/One Foot In The Grave) and Natasha O'Keeffe (Lip Service) in a psychological thriller, the story of which was written in 1939.

A Little Place Off The Edgware Road - the Road Continues

Tim Hewitt | Posted 20.11.2011 | UK Entertainment
Tim Hewitt

Things begin to take shape when you see your crew growing. What's even better is when your production designer and director of photography are friends...

A Little Place off The Edgware Road: Pre-production

Tim Hewitt | Posted 04.11.2011 | UK Entertainment
Tim Hewitt

So we're now well into pre-production for A Little Place Off The Edgware Road. Having written the script over a year ago, I'm itching and scratching to get to principal photography! Being a fan of Graham Greene's works and in particular the screen adaptations of his stuff it feels like a privilege to actually adapt a story of his.